Epson has released the DC-12, a new high-definition document camera for classrooms. The new model offers 1080p output via HDMI.
The Medical University of South Carolina has been reaching out to 7,000 customers of medical services to let them know their credit card information has been stolen.
Brown University has integrated the use of cloud-based financial planning and metrics applications with its cloud-based enterprise resource planning system to give users the data they need for decision-making.
MITx, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's massive open online course program, will begin offering certificates for completing sequences of related modules through the edX platform.
The University of San Diego has added license plate recognition software to its public safety arsenal.
A company with a platform that allows schools to compile reference collections and deliver them online to their students and faculty has just launched a set of new compilations that users can integrate with their digital libraries.
The United States Department of Justice has awarded a $2.3 million grant to a company in Burlington affiliated with the University of Vermont to create a National Center for Campus Public Safety.
Twenty teams of college students will congregate in a park in Irvine, CA to set up solar-powered houses to compete in the bi-annual Solar Decathlon, put on by the United States Department of Energy.
An update has been released for Branchfire's iOS-based annotation tool for students and teachers, iAnnotate.
For 36 hours beginning Sept. 20, more than 1,200 undergraduate computer programmers will descend on the University of Michigan's football stadium to participate in "the most epic hackathon," MHacks 2013.